New Titles for MOSE Ready Readers / Family Place

June 27, 2013

Annotations from Baker & Taylor or Ingram
The Artist’s Way for Parents: Raising Creative Children
Cameron, Julia / Lively, Emma
From the bestselling author of The Artist’s Way comes the most highly requested addition to the canon of Julia Cameron’s work on creativity. The Artist’s Way for Parents: Raising Creative Children provides an ongoing spiritual toolkit that parents can enter–and re-enter–at any pace and at any point in their child’s early years. Using spiritual concepts and practical tools, this book will guide parents as they guide their children to greater creativity.
A Good Birth: Finding the Positive and Profound in Your Childbirth Experience
Lyerly, Anne
Based on the author’s landmark study in which she interviewed more than one hundred women about their childbirth experiences, this book provides narrative and information about how to make any birth a positive event.  A Good Birth paves the entryway to motherhood, turning our attention to the deeper and more important question of what truly makes for the best birth possible.
Masterminds and Wingmen: Helping Your Son Cope With Schoolyard Power, Locker-room Tests, Girlfriends, and the New Rules of Boy World
Wiseman, Rosalind
The author of Queen Bees and Wannabees decodes the inner lives of boys to reveal how parents can forge stronger connections with their sons, explaining how boys are more likely to hide their feelings and resist adult support.  Here is a landmark book that reveals the way boys think and that shows parents, educators and coaches how to reach out and help boys overcome their most common yet difficult challenges — by the bestselling author who changed our conception of adolescent girls.
Mindful Parenting: Simple and Powerful Solutions for Raising Creative, Engaged, Happy Kids in Today’s Hectic World
Race, Kristen, Ph.d.
A mindful approach to parenting that helps children (and their parents) feel happier, healthier, calmer, and less stressed in our frenetic era.  Mindful Parenting understands the realities of raising a family in our fast paced and often-frenetic world and provides hundreds of easy-to-implement solutions, both for parents and their children, to help them manage stress, create peace, and live happier lives.
Why Smart Kids Worry: And What Parents Can Do to Help
Edwards, Allison
A dynamic book that explains how smart kids think and why they worry like they do, this practical guidebook provides parents with relief, empowerment, and solutions. With ten practical tools for parents to use with their own smart, anxious children, Why Smart Kids Worry explains the thought processes behind common worries and gives clear answers to difficult questions like “When will I die?,” “Is global warming real?,” and “What if I don’t get into college?
Posted by Jenifer Brown

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